Orlando Magic’s J.J. Redick Spotted at a Justin Bieber Concert

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By Czarina Malleta | January 30, 2013 2:05 PM EST

Justin Bieber has often been spotted at the courtside of NBA games. But it would be hard to imagine seeing an NBA player sitting front row at a Justin Bieber concert.

Orlando Magic's J.J. Redick could have done a lot of things during his game breaks, but then he decides to go watch Justin Bieber as he performs in his "Believe" tour in Orlando. Is he a secret fan of the Canadian pop star? J.J. Redick gave his excuse and explanation to the Orlando Sentinel.

"A happy wife is a happy life. I have a general rule that if I have an off-day during the season that I owe it to her to do what she wants unless it's harmful to my well-being. Her and her friends wanted to go," Redick said that he took his wife and some of her friends to see the Bieber concert after his game practice.

Apparently, Redick is friends with Scotty Braun who happens to be Justin Bieber's manager. Having the leverage, Braun provided J.J. and the rest with some nice seats during the concert.

However, Redick denies that he is a Justin Bieber fan and stated that he prefers indie music. So probably going to a Bon Iver concert would be his first choice.

 "I just know he had a great head of hair and was wearing a wifebeater, and the teenage girls seemed to really love him," Redick said about Bieber after seeing his concert.

But when asked if he'd rather go to a Cody Simpson concert or a Justine Bieber one, the Orlando Magic player seemed a bit confused.

"I don't know who Cody Simpson is," Redick casually said.

Whether he is a Bieber fan or not, he probably earned props from all the women for taking his wife to the concert. Besides, no alpha male would like being caught sitting front row seats as a Justin Bieber concert. Justin Bieber and NBA, these two just doesn't fit.

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